India has entered 54,87,580 COVID-19 cases So far with 86,961 new infections. In the last 24 hours, 1,130 deaths have brought the total death toll to 87,882. In the last 93 hours, 93,356 patients in the country have recovered from the infection. It is for the third straight day that the number of daily recoveries is higher than the daily cases.
There have been recoveries since the onset of the epidemic with 43,96,399 people in the country, with a total recovery rate of 80.11 percent.
Union Health Minister Dr. One who increases Joy On Sunday, informed the Lok Sabha that four coronovirus vaccines are in advanced stages of pre-clinical trials in India. Amid increasing cases, Rajasthan has today imposed prohibitory orders in 11 districts including the state capital Jaipur.
Ten districts of Chhattisgarh, including the state capital Raipur, have been closed since today. India is the second most coronavirus cultured country in the world after the United States.
Here are live updates on coronovirus (Kovid-19) cases:
Kerala on Monday registered 2,910 new cases of COVID-19, while 3,022 patients were undergoing treatment. This is by far the highest recovery report in a single day.
Of those diagnosed, 2,653 people were infected with the contact and 313 had a contact source unknown. While 36 of them have come back from abroad and 133 from other states. The Health Minister’s office also said that 88 health workers were also infected.
COVID-19 confirmed 18 deaths in the state, taking the death toll to 553.
A health department official said that Odisha’s COVID-19 tally rose to 1,84,122 on Monday as 4,242 more people tested positive for the infection, while nine fresh fatal incidents brought the state’s coronavirus virus count to 710 delivered.
The state has also recorded recovery of 3,704 patients, which is 1,49,379 of the total number of people recovering from the disease, which is 81.13 percent of the caseload.
Of the new cases, 2,503 were reported in quarantine centers, while 1,739 people tested positive for infection during contact tracing, he said.
The official said, Khurda district, which falls under Bhubaneswar, recorded the highest number of new cases in 652, followed by Cuttack (595), Jharsuguda (205) and Puri (182).
Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Monday clarified that his government is not in favor of another lockout in the state despite the increasing cases of COVID-19.
“Lockdown is not really a solution, but a mechanism to delay the spread of coronaviruses. Therefore, the government will not implement further lockdowns … we cannot just shut down the economy,” he said in a review meeting. Told reporters after presiding over.
People need to realize that COVID-19 is here to stay, and the only way to move forward is to be alert and adaptable.
As of Monday, the state has registered a total of 4,734 COVID-19 cases, of which 2,169 are active, while 2,527 people have recovered from the disease. Thirty-eight people have died due to the virus so far.